2021 Order of Australia Honours
15 Jun 2021
This week the Governor-General recognised the remarkable contributions of Australians across the country with the release of the Queen’s Birthday 2021 Honours List. Three women from the Thorne Harbour Health community were recognised for their longstanding work – Dr Liz Crock, Associate Professor Edwina Wright, and Thorne Harbour President Janet Jukes.
20 Jan 2021
5 Questions with Bruce Weston
As we put 2020 behind us, we ask Bruce Weston five questions to learn about how the Rainbow Connection volunteer went on to join the Board of Thorne Harbour Health...
12 Jan 2021
Remembering Joan Golding
This week our community is mourning the death of Joan Golding OAM – life member, fierce ally, and longstanding advocate in the community response to HIV and AIDS.
18 Dec 2020
CEO Update: 2020 Holiday Season
As we approach the end of 2020 and head into the holiday season, Thorne Harbour Health CEO Simon Ruth shares one last message with our LGBTI and PLHIV communities.
15 Dec 2020
5 Questions with Peggy Kerdo
After making her Thorne Harbour Health debut in the recent annual report A Year Like No Other, Paghona "Peggy" Kerdo answers 5 Questions...
08 Dec 2020
5 Questions with Bronwyn Lawman
After having recently joined the Board of Thorne Harbour Health, we chatted to Bronwyn Lawman about her longstanding career in mental health, why she's keen to play an influential role at the organisation, and her love of Abba.
26 Nov 2020
5 Ways to be a part of World AIDS Day 2020
World AIDS Day 2020 is going to look a little different on 1 December. Usually, you would find an army of volunteers handing out red ribbons on street corners and we'd be coming together in large groups for events like the World AIDS Day Memorial.But even in a time of physical distancing, there are number of ways that you can take part in World AIDS Day 2020 and remind others that Now More Than Ever - HIV Still Matters.
20 Nov 2020
Trans Day of Remembrance 2020
For our recent annual report, A Year Like No Other, we spoke to a number of community members about the past year and the challenges faced by our LGBTIQ communities. As we recognise Transgender Day of Remembrance 2020, we spoke to one of the community members from our trans and gender diverse communities - Luka.
19 Nov 2020
From CAMP to Queer: How Far have we Come?
On Sunday 15 November, the 28th Keith Harbour Address was delivered by longstanding gay rights activist, academic and author - Professor Dennis Altman AM. He is well known for his pioneering work with Gay Liberation in the 1970s, his leadership throughout the AIDS crisis, and his published works including Homosexual: Oppression & Liberation in 1971 through to Unrequited Love last year. Here is his address titled From CAMP to Queer: How Far have we Come?
12 Nov 2020
COVID 'Sex Bubble'
COVID-19 remains a very real threat to the health and wellbeing of the community. Since lockdown commenced our community has had to accommodate isolation, loneliness and the stresses associated with being unable to connect with others.
08 Oct 2020
Be a part of the World AIDS Day Memorial
This year, due to COVID-19, the 2020 World AIDS Day Memorial will be carried out without people gathering at the Positive Living Centre. There will be an online event and we are encouraging members of the public to contribute to this year’s memorial.
18 Sep 2020
Re: Imogen (No. 6)  FamCA 761
Equinox Gender Diverse Health Centre provides trans affirmative and person-centred health care by emphasising partnership, education, and self-determination. We view treatment as a collaborative effort between the patient and the provider. All patients of Equinox are determined to be competent prior to treatment initiation.
18 Sep 2020
CEO Update: We're Moving!
As the number of COVID-19 cases in Victoria continue to decline, Thorne Harbour CEO Simon Ruth talks to our LGBTI and HIV communities about change. This includes an upcoming change for Thorne Harbour Health as the organisation prepares to move into a new location at 200 Hoddle Street in Abbotsford and later the Victorian Pride Centre.